17 Burst results for "Seventy Eighty Thousand Dollars"

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And Bernie said no no you can't in a nice we're gonna have a great second thing then I think you need to know is that the president trump has said I strongly disagree with the crowd chanting sent her home that ill on Omar media trend is is trying to divide trump from the sports but he said look they only said that because they want her to love the countries of the Congress middle of the country because these people of the country and they don't like what she said I need to learn how the media is making a big deal about that chant but ignores all the vial nasty things that Mars said and IT covered her staged her stage return to Minnesota to a packed airport Gimme a break good for traversing third thank I think you need to know to sun has three Democrats running for mayor one independent they don't believe in inclusivity they didn't buy the independent to the latest debate that was yesterday but the three Democrats have all said they like the idea of trees on being a century city and if it is a life it does pass the ballot which I doubt a will legally does best they will fight to keep it on a page to challenge in court they will fight to keep it there you go that's the mentality the three dots running for mayor in Tucson and by the way they're all will come on the show I don't think I need to call them out if they want to get some pop in the one in some questions I believe they know how to find me Gary came as the dot com three things I think you need to know let's go back to Tom Tom this is very interesting sometimes a school teachers listening this morning about this whole situation what's your reaction by the way to this state to pretend Kathy Hoffman literally ignoring calls and emails for months on end to parents that want to use a program that is legitimate that if their kids have special needs they could take about a public schools and educate them how they need it up but she didn't think they did does the does the same thing to teach if she didn't never called me back nobody ever bothered to get back to me they just they don't care you use email that when you said it's all about power they get into a position that's what they want to be and they're not going to leave it until the checked out in and you know you as a teacher this is interesting because this may here in a bit I don't think this eliminate teachers jobs and it would change teachers jobs I mean imagine if you will from your home could actually teach you not to drive to a classroom you can only it's like it's like a it's like a peloton bike you don't go to a gym anymore you can actually just woke up to the internet and take a cycling class right there and everybody I I agree and and what what I was saying earlier it should be privatized I mean think of the army it's not but you could do overnight but it was privatized and people here it's got the money that is being squandered on their students in public schools and and the only take that check to a private school there will be schools that hot every that teach everything college prep plumbing heating air conditioning it would be such a a plethora of choices out there for people because not everybody should go to college you are right we need help they're they're very good how many jobs out there especially now that need to be filled with I mean you can you can make sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars a year and as a plumber and they don't want a mechanic yeah and that's it one size fits all method of education has been broken wealth for about forty years you know it's crazy and and and you know not to be conspiratorial but we think about the Democrats run education whether it's in public education or in academia and higher education you know they just made this whole marketing aspect and they make you know if you don't go to college your kids are going to college you are to be shamed you know this is not except in our society but part of me they want to keep the power concentrated and the money concentrated in that stuff so they can stay in power and then they get yeah and then they can indoctrinate the kids right that's exactly one hundred percent correct it's it's a and it's that it's just really sad I got an education to teach yeah when Dr eight but I found that I have boring stuff up that I might not normally bring up because these kids don't know anything they think the global warming they're gonna die in twelve years you know they have been sold bring more it's it doesn't have you see our what grade do you teach I'm just curious if you're if you will I school I mean do you see either teachers in doctrine kids of politics in the classroom yeah and that's why that's why I come with with my own aw it has the you know again I I I refused to let it go one like that you know so when I hear it when it when I when to come into my class and and tell me about what they learned in another classic that's wrong and I I mean I encourage my kids the check out everything that I say you know verify everything that I say don't just accept that don't accept that for many other teachers nobody knows everything and nobody's right about everything if you ever get into with any teachers that do the indoctrination to tell the kids trump's bad or anything else things like that no I I I and to stay away from them I don't I fear craze like talking to a wall yeah is the Iggy did you can't get through there that it they're brainwashed themselves you know they just can't think for themselves mana mana listen I appreciate this teacher's perspective you know when and thank you so much either get it it's nice to hear this stuff because a good teachers I get it you wanna make sure you have a job you think you do have the right thing teachers got swindled for red for ed thinking it was about money for themselves and it wasn't that and what you know what when when that was going on the the the red features yeah since they decided to pull the size that I would wear my make America great hat it's red I love it so good did you get any nasty comments from people all of course on how are the you're not you yeah it is it's unbelievable god well listen thank you Tom thank you for your opinion I really do appreciate it yeah yeah you gotta take care I mean here for a teacher that say the whole system is broken and it really is and maybe this to me you don't Finchem said to me was really I mean really of my eyes you know the internet's revolution give the free flow of information used to have to get information by going to a library by going to school right you start to get information by doing that kind of stuff going to a particular place that had the information now the information.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And I think that's a critical thing. Because what I'm talking about is going to cause an even more seismic shift in the industries in the trades because we don't have enough men and women, and I said women who are in high demand right now for highly skilled construction jobs, you can do General Construction, certainly, but you know, there's electrical there's plumbing HVAC so much money out. They've heard me talk time and time again about this. But no one wants their kid to do that for a living. They everyone wants their kid to go to Harvard. Well, you can't have that there's got to be people out there. And there's good money in not only that what about the communities that are traditionally underserved and underrepresented. I was. Question that too is. He's folks as well. You know, was this really going to are you gonna lift my is my ship gonna raise. If you build a stadium near me, you can build a soccer stadium. What what about the people who live and work in that neighborhood? And at least in the area around where the stadium is going. There's there's not a hell of a lot of business out there. I know the catering lady is is going to be displaced by this. But they're buying her food truck and everything else for crying out loud, all the people in that neighborhood gun. Well, where's my tune in many vendor? They're making five six bucks an hour. How about this? Go to go to one of the trade groups of which there's tons of them out there. There's lots of construction people. Okay. They're dying for talent. You know, you worry about. Okay. I got a criminal record. They stood. Then they'll hire you. They need people to build stuff we need people in the industries to do this. And if you're complaining about how you're working in a fast food place making, you know, six seven eight bucks an hour. Go work in the trade. They'll give you fifteen bucks an hour at least to start today and train you what what they'll send you to school for free. You don't need to come in with a degree or anything like that. And you're talking about jobs are going to pay you sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars a year after just a few years labor. What what part about that isn't good middle class income with benefits, by the way. And if you start more housing developments, you're gonna need more bodies. It's good for everybody. But I hate the notion that that's all we do is subsidizing. Okay. We're gonna rob Peter to pay Paul. We're gonna complain about skyrocketing housing costs and rent because everything's improving as it should in tells me that there's money to be made at the lower end here. There's no doubt there is. But other restrictions have to beast, and we have to encourage more people to do this kind of work. I got Andy and Tim and room for you at five one three seven four nine seven thousand housing, affordable housing issues rather easy to fix. But the problem is is too many people over thinking this. In a society, that's allegedly capitalistic. Although we're not completely capitalistic. There's a free market solution to this whole thing. And not only that there's a free market solution to what else is in. That is the the the death of the middle class. We'll talk more about this ahead. We've got the ten o'clock update in just about ten minutes here on seven hundred WFAN hundred wwl.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I cannot force you to implement the prescription just like my doctor. He goes Steve. Did you do what I asked you to do they go. We change the subject look a bird. Word that it did not work. I'm still not slam up still not buff. But you know. Someday, I'm working on it really working on it. But you know, same it. So it is with your finances guys. If you want to buy a house, and you're not ready you follow the prescription. I right for you. And we will get you ready and you've worked with people over half a dozen years to get them on track to get ready to buy a home. It is so exciting for the mortgage doctor to see somebody that actually implements the plan rates because those are people that are serious about buying a house, and you know, worst case scenario, let's assume that worst case scenario got ugly credit, and you need to file bankruptcy. That's okay. Because two years after your bankruptcy is discharged in most cases. We can get you home. Only two years. He'll years. Some will tell you ten years dozen years. Maybe never up some never exactly right. You know? And if you've lost your home to foreclosure, the magic number is three three years after a foreclosure, you can get a new exactly right. So guys. I mean, you just got to give me a call because let's say that you've had a foreclosure will three years is not an eternity. It's not even a decade. How many is not even half a decade? You can almost hold your breath for three years. How many people do you work with Steve that are lost their homes in two thousand eight that crash that are still what eleven years past still not in their own home because they think they can't get another one lots of people, and it's so sad. Because a lot of clients have been renting for years, not realizing that they can own a home. Let's hope guys, you know, if if you're a net boat, if you've got any questions, I'm just an average guy like everybody else K trust me. Okay. I drove an old beat up SUV just got rid of the one that had three of the four fenders on it. Okay. This one actually has all the fenders, but it has held damage all over it. Okay. Those you'll live in southern Colorado. You know, what I'm talking to you understand the K. My my hobbies are hunting and fishing and working with the boy scouts, and I'm just an average guy. But you're going to see that we're going to just have a nice conversation about who you are where you're at. Where are we gonna have? We're going to take you to get you to where you want to be. And you know, Martin I find most people they're just afraid to make that first phone call. There's no reason to be afraid guys. But let me tell you. I am not gonna make fun of you. Because I've been there. Anybody listening to midday to meet today been there with your credit? Yeah. Yeah. I think we all anybody ever got laid off by surprise. Oh, yeah. Yes. Head this head this classic case. Add this guy. He's got two or three doctorate degrees. He's in the aerospace business, he's making over two hundred thousand dollars a year, by the way, I wanna snuggle up next to him and say, can I be your friend? Would you adopt may? So he had he was rolling, man. He had you know, he was carrying a lot of debt seventy eighty thousand dollars a year in debt, so ks got lots of money his boss came to him. And he said we'll calling Bob Bob. I got good news bad news. Okay. So what do you want first? Bob says we'll give you the good news. So his boss says you get to keep your job. Now, Bob goes. All right. What's the bad news? And his boss says we cut your pay by two thirds two third. Oh government contract. They lost the contract. They had to be competitive. You know, he was really overpaid for what he did in his life. Suddenly went upside down. No doubt. Yeah. So, you know, and so he called me up. He's a friend of mine. He called me up said, what do we do? We did a refinance for him. We paid off all of his debts at least say something like eighteen hundred dollars a month. That was an incredible amount of money paid off all of his debts and got him house payment that he could afford. But those kinds of.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"The online lending division of SunTrust Bank. Wait a minute. Bank. Did a survey. The said, you're always going to be in debt. Thank you SunTrust. The survey says it's nearly impossible. Quote, unquote to pay off significant debt. I don't know if it's fifty thousand significant. If you're twenty three years old. I'd say that significant when I got married had he was twenty three. The go-to was twenty seven or twenty five and twenty nine. The paid fifty thousand dollars and twenty three months that's long way from. Nearly impossible. Nerdwallet kimberly. Palmer says there's definitely caused for concern looking at their finances the takeaways to motivate them to pay off debt, especially the high interest rate debt. It takes motivation does their steps to pay off debt faster. Thank you wallet predate that. But we're meeting millennials. Every day who don't think it's nearly impossible. There's a matter of fact, they not only don't think it they have proven that. It's not nearly impossible. Is it difficult to pay off fifty thousand dollars in debt in your first two years of marriage when you make seventy eighty thousand dollars a year. Yes, you sacrifice to do that. But you're living like no one else. So that later you can live and give like no one else. It's a pretty simple thing guys. Hope changes everything. And it is somehow a disease of the media. That it seems like they're the very things that they want to report on anything that says there is no hope. There's no hope it is nearly impossible says a survey from SunTrust Bank. It is nearly impossible says a survey from SunTrust Bank to get out of debt as a gen-xer millennial. And then I made to go to and a hat while there you go. Fifty thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months. But it's nearly you get the idea. I mean, this is just stupid, y'all. It's just. These young people are on fire like can do anything. They want to do once they believe that they can do it and this show and the Dave Ramsey team believes in your we're proud of you. We know you can do it. This is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Oh. Can be a public defender. You have two hundred fifty thousand dollars in debt. Yeah. But I'm also interviewing for private farms as well. Yeah. You need to be making seventy eighty thousand dollars and get started on a regular law firm. On your way to one hundred fifty. You gotta make some money, kiddo. You got a mess. You can't take a government position public defender. Pay what fit to Graham? And the bigger Sadie is pay a little bit more. It's up with me sixty four. By your words, but say, but that's it. You're not going anywhere from there. If you got that with a private firm that's just on your way to one hundred fifty two years later. So you need to get in for some flesh for you can make some money because you got to clean his mess up. Yeah. Yeah. As much as you can where you're working regular law position of some kind. And. Yeah, as quickly as you can by the way, when you get that started 'cause you need the money. Okay. Cool. Well, I don't think you have to wait to get out of debt to get married. I do think the two of you need to get on the same page and that you're working together. I'll help you with that. I'm gonna I'm gonna pay for part of your pre marriage counseling part of your pre marriage counseling as I want you to go through financial peace university. If I give you that one year membership that includes the nine lessons the nine lessons. Can you get him to go with you to the nine lessons? I get that out of thought you could. I'm gonna pay for it. That's your wedding gift from us. Okay. All right. Thank you. You. Hold on. I'll have Kelly pickup. We'll get you signed up for that merry Christmas. And that'll get you started on the right foot. But keto you gotta go make some money. You don't have the you don't have the luxury of doing taking an underpaid lawyer job. Even if it sounds.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"I mean, he he really changed the politics of his tremendously. So like, I do think it's like a really like if Democrats get power it's going to be a really interesting moment for healthcare policy. Well, I think one of the weird things that isn't getting much attention. And all of this is like the as he's actually finally seeming to be like doing, okay, like the markets are open enrollment is just starting in the markets are actually just about to start in the markets are actually doing decently. Well, like there hasn't been a panic. About are. They're going to be some counties. I've known insurers premiums are actually down a little bit over last year. But politically like no one's really in the place to celebrate that like sustainability and ACA look the Trump administration is going to be like, well, look what a great job or doing running ObamaCare. Democrats aren't going to talk about like look ObamaCare is doing great under the Trump administration injuries. What's up with New Jersey? Well, it's like New Jersey got a new democratic trifecta to state level mandate gears double down. But I think it is interesting that the at the moment the SEA actually seems to be like stabilizing in individual market. No one really wants to be like, okay, cool mission accomplished. There's like no cleavage within either party to say like, okay. Let's leave this healthcare issue alone at this point. Yeah. Although I mean, you know, look, say Democrats take the house and the supreme court doesn't strike the down. And then Trump is sort of forced to stop. Dancing, unpopular, healthcare ideas. You can easily imagine him like running in twenty twenty eight castigating Democrats for wanting to take your bomb Macaire way. I really I I don't think that's coming. I also don't think it'll be forced for sell proposed. He's not proposing popular, ObamaCare ideas. Republicans are and he like they'll still the Senate. Yeah. But you know, they I feel like the house is like where where the policy ideas come from in the Republican party these days, the Senate is just like they just there to confirm judges, Sarah. Why do you think ObamaCare stabilizing this year was I think we're seeing a year where premiums are down. There hasn't been a panic about getting insurers into the market this year is there was in the past few years like why are premiums down and insurance not abandoning? I think I think it's honestly just the theory that exists, and it's kind of shocking because this is the first year insurers our pricing without an individual mandate. Now, I will say if you look at in these kind of like wonky thing to do. But if you look at analysis of how much lower premiums would be if we still. Eventual mandate, it'd be even lower. So you knew it could be an even more stable situation. I think it just ensures like got the hang of ObamaCare they've been doing it. This is year five at this point. You know, the people who weren't good at it got out of the market the people who stuck around are learning how to price their learning how to like appropriately set their premiums. They know a better sense of like the risk of the marketplaces. So I think it's just ensures who stuck with ObamaCare like have a sense of this new business market they've entered into. And it's not the narrative anyone really wants to tell because, you know, Democrats want to talk about how the markets are going to collapse without the individual mandate and Republicans want to talk about how terrible it is. But it seems like they're kind of just chugging along like okay right now. But when you say there were okay right there. Okay. But they're in a sort of reduce state, right? Like operating mostly for the heavily subsidized. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's definitely. I mean. Yes. And like, I think that is. Is just the people who don't get subsidies. Just have not been a large population on the marketplace. And they continue to kind of like these people who are above the subsidy range of your earning more than four hundred percent of the poverty line, which I think it's about like seventy eighty thousand dollars for an individual. You're just not getting any help purchasing premiums remains expensive. But the people on the flip side, you know, it's been relatively stable for the people as subsidies because they're subsidies tethered to the size of their premium that that that that's actually created a significant amount of stability for for the people who are getting subsidies..

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Less work meant. Less work. Yeah. Yeah. Dad was like, ooh, that's done. What next? You know what I was like, hey, come on. We finished that we got done today and it's only eleven, and this is awesome. In in. So it's a muscle that we've got to build. So some people they need, what's? What are you building towards? What is it that you wanna accomplish? And maybe that's the issues you haven't had that, you know, sit yourself in the corner and figure out, okay, what is it that I want to build? What's the thing that I want accomplish? An accountability partner will help a great deal with that, and it doesn't have to be a big deal. You know, it doesn't have to be anything like monumental in the eyes of the world. But for you, it could be very significant. Yes. And to me, you're speaking to motive. When I hear such things I generally have found, the motivation is just not big enough and easings grow the motive or or let it go. I mean, sometimes I've realized that with me, there's things that I want to want, but I just don't really and I don't enough. I don't have a big enough motive. I don't have enough big enough desire, big enough pain to want to do them. And there have been times when I've just let it go and go, they know it would be great to want that. I just don't. I do want some other things though, but to Johnny's saying there, I would venture to say and there's there's a lot of folks sitting in a place of wanting to want more, but they don't. I would. I would have you look at? There's a lot of shows here a lot of talk about goals and visions and what you want further head to look ahead and say, where do you wanna be in five years where you, where are you not. Okay. If you don't, if you don't get to where. Are you not okay to continue in the way that you are and just really look at that motive? I think a lot of us try thousand different things when nothing's gonna work because our motive is just not big enough. And so there's the place to start. I think for a lot of us a lot of things, you know, Kevin, we had a business discussion yesterday about. The the eighteen to thirty five year olds. And one of the motives is, you know, they would rather have a business that they could do anywhere in the world. And they're happy making sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars. Instead of what the culture says, hey, you need to be making six figures and up. They've they've, they're happier making, say, seventy five thousand dollars living in a place like Costa Rica or Bali and having the lifestyle they want. But there's so much pressure to get the house payment, get the SUV payment, you know, get cable. Do all these other things. Maybe it's coming to the realization that what motivates you isn't exactly what the norm is, but as the norm, right. Sometimes we just do nothing because if we go for what we want, we think too many people are going to look down on it and go. I don't understand you're wrong. And that's not at all what it's about. I really think the only thing that's consistent, no matter what your motive is is, hey, we've got a, we've gotta develop into the person. God created us to become, and that is a self personal development journey that has, you know, there aren't any dollar signs on either side of that. That's really a commitment of time and effort. Right hand live in this out right now with a daughter eighteen year old daughter who just graduated high school. She excelled in everything. Four point -o top of the class top of her singing group choir group top of this. And that. I mean, just, I mean, she's she's perfect for that big college endeavor. And yet she doesn't want to go. She doesn't want to go right now. It's just not she. She's a, she's. As an entrepreneur at heart doesn't want to go. She loves the art and yet she struggling right now today the last few days as her boyfriend..

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Today's episode of something to wrestle with i pritchard is all about brother love but i gotta tell you bruce what i have loved is helping people save money over at save with bruce doc out i'll tell you what love is being able to refi over save with bruce dot com and save money and being able to consolidate all of my bills into one low monthly payment that was lower than all the bills combined it's new say but bruce it is indeed what we do here's what we're talking about we're going to take a look what you got coming in what you got going out and see how we can get you the best deal possible we want you to pay his little interest as possible we want you ida debt faster we don't want to add years to your loan we want to show you how to pay it off faster with the greatest possible tax deduction you see the interest you pay on your credit card or car loans things like that that's not tax deductible musk gives us greater tax deduction and let's go ahead at the same time and cut years off of your loan we're routinely helping listener save sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars worth of unnecessary interest and they do this with cheaper monthly payments now that sounds too good to be true but when we knock out all your credit card debt gets you a better rate and a greater tax deductions you will save a boatload of cash and if we apply that extra savings to your actual principle tada you're outta debt faster you're saving tens of thousands of dollars and you don't need perfect credit to do this maybe you're a renter we can get you into a brand new house with no money down he couldn't even go find another apartment that she you'd have to pay your first month's rent you last month's rent and security deposit but we can get you in a house for less than your current rent with no money down and then you finally got something for your family all because you spend a few minutes with our family at save with bruce dot com that's save with bruce dot com no cost no obligation if we can't save you money we won't waste your time what's the rest of that info bruce.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Accelerate!

"On them think about what google under the hood they're i mean they know just about everything they can imagine if you're using g mail they most certainly do but yes i got into this is pretty funny i'm an introvert by nature i went to school got a degree in finance for job out of school was an insurance company three years into it i was absolutely miserable kind of this cubicle soulcrushing cubicle job that i had ended up trying to something drastic and i ended up packing my bags and moving to asia day parents thought i'm boss my mind but i did a ten years stint overseas in taiwan tenure yeah my wife's taiwanese i met her there we moved back in two thousand five and that's really kinda when i thirty five years old i'd never done anything tech in terms of coating graphic designs thirty five years old i kinda made a promise that couldn't keep some guy says building a website and it was the ugliest little you know microsoft front page purple going website one pager but you end up getting them ranked in called me up one day and said phil chain my business you've changed my life and finally at thirty five years old i knew what i wanted to be when you are calling you had your exactly and it was just kinda no looking back but before that i will say while i was in taiwan i had this through series of kind of jobs that i had this like software company fall into my lap investment money was just there and had a production team in the retail channel online offline to tap into the right type of the right place at the right time and that's really what opened my eyes up in the google because we are right in the ffiliated checks back more than fifteen years ago for like fifty seventy eighty thousand dollars a month i was like how is this happening in the nice all google what was the product it was called dvd x copy.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"For criminal matter for a for for for a monetary matter some something some dispute that you have with a colleague or business partner you cannot defend yourself for i before you blink you're going to spend fifty grand before you blink that's before you go to trial was just prep work to like letters back and forth between attorneys fifty grand out the window where's that money going to come from if you only make sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars a year i don't think you're going to be able to do no you're not you can't so what do you have to do you have to settle even if you're right even if you're even if it's true even if even if you could win if you went to court you can be talking to the lawyers of sat across from the lawyers go what happens if we go to court oh go to court i mean ninety nine percent chance you're gonna win this thing like okay but what is going to cost us to go to court well it's gonna cost about two hundred thousand dollars to go to court maybe to fifty depending on you know how long it takes i'm like okay or we could settle and be done with this thing and it only costs us sixty eight thousand dollars so what are you going to do we've talked about this many many times on on this program about how broken the legal system is there's got to be a better way because the little guy cannot defend himself anymore doesn't matter whether you're right or wrong the the legal system is not about justice anymore it's not about who's got deeper pockets who can hold on the longest that's what the legal system is today and i it's just it frustrates me because i don't like i don't like working that way i'm not i'm not a dishonest or militias person by nature i'm i'm just not i i try to be honest i don't want to fight with people i would just prefer that you know that that that we just come to a reasonable agreement that we sit down across from each other if there's a dispute and figure out how to make it right i've always been that way when we had we would have.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on EconTalk

"In europe it might be seventy thousand to eighty dollars per quality adjusted life year so you have new drugs zero side effects in increase life by one year you can you can charge seventy eighty thousand dollars per year for that drug and we pay for it and then they work along that i mean drug companies negotiated on that they may get more or less i'm saying in the us you can make two hundred thousand per year if you want maybe because we are wealthier that's at least some value framework suppose that same drug makes you feel absolutely miserable you can't even get out of bed half the time you're awake so then i don't say that your drug prolongs life by one year you you it does prolong late by one near but six months of that one year you're like abed staple you're doing nothing so the metric they use discounted is a discount so they say your drug really prolongs life only by six months because the other six months we can't really come so they adjust its value on a patient's life but it's the value on the drug that's the main mistake that tations thing that somebody's putting a value on their life know what we're doing is we are saying the drug prolongs like by one year but three months you wish you wouldn't have lived because that's how many side effects you had therefore we had just getting credit only for seven months and we'll pay that drugs not seventy thousand per year but fifty thousand because you know that twenty percent was relieved side effects so quality adjusted life year is what is used as the metric in all developed countries where the drug price negotiation starts noone fixes the price that are unique situations where they will give you twice the on that they give for another drug because maybe it's a rare disease and the company really put a lot of risk in developing the drug has no other alternative so but that's a starting point of negotiation.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"I was gonna take sunday off but here i am doing it on sunday just because i had to do my taxes yesterday what an annoying pain in the bottom saint patrick's day has had to do my taxes but what we're going to do this year is just really open it up so also of course is going to come out about how to go from somebody who's not in sales maybe you're in retail maybe you're doing whatever you know your college you're outta high school you're making minimum wage you see no way i'm gonna show you how entry level these roles that they call sales development reps business development reps the base salary is forty to fifty thousand dollars a year that's the base then you get commission on top of it which would almost double that to seventy eighty thousand dollars a year and i can show you how to you know have the skills to get an inter view how to get the job how to be successful and i'm going to do the same thing it's going to be a year long the content itself doesn't take a year but the transition takes a year that that going from you know working as a barista to working in an office setting up meetings for somebody is a big adjustment and you need somebody to help you through it somebody to look at what you do you're doing and give you some ideas about what will work better that's what it's going to be all about it's going to be a year long thing and i'm gonna do the same thing where it's going to be a monthly fee monthly costs which was barely anything and just going to be office hours going to answer all your questions you couldn't help you go through that transition if you wanna go from beat ac selling retail whatever it is working at the mall working at starbucks babysitting whatever it is you're doing being an admin.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Rental property that you're getting paid to own the cash flows and and you gotta have the eighty to seventy eighty thousand dollars to go in and buy the deal which comes right back to that whole financial foundation thing right this is a tougher deal if you don't have that money in the first place right how did you have to do all that work at the same time so yes the only reason i can buy that house for the price i'm paying for it is that it won't qualify for conventional financing because it's in such bad shape k so as a cash buyer immediately i limited ninety five percent of my competition because only five percent of the investors out there can pay all cash right and i'm in florida where fifty grand goes really far that's a lot of money in florida it's nothing in denver in california so i basically found inefficiencies at every single level and i've maximize each one of them and then at the end they all come rolling back to me and i get way more money in aback than what i put in and this catch on property now you multiply that times two or three houses a month in and consider how much money you're adding to your net worth and your cash will ever year you are remarkable sir thanks long distance real estate investing had a bye rehabbing manage out of state rental properties and i talk in that book about these systems that we're talking about like how you maximize them at every level that book by the way is fantastic i read it recently actually listed i read it and then i listened to the audible version as well and it blew my mind and it's something that i'm going to attempt to transition replicate over the next couple of years myself so i think he's got wow so i just want to add before we get to the last segment of our show which is the new famous for i want to add that i am so excited about real estate just every single day and i am renewed renewed lee excited.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"I was gonna take sunday off but here i am doing it on sunday just because i had to do my taxes yesterday what an annoying pain in the bottom saint patrick's day has had to do my taxes but what we're going to do this year is just really open it up so also of course is going to come out about how to go from somebody who's not in sales maybe you're in retail maybe you're doing whatever you know your college you're outta high school you're making minimum wage you see no way i'm gonna show you how entry level these roles that they call sales development reps business development reps the base salary is forty to fifty thousand dollars a year that's the base then you get commission on top of it which would almost double that to seventy eighty thousand dollars a year and i can show you how to you know have the skills to get an inter view how to get the job how to be successful and i'm going to do the same thing it's going to be a year long the content itself doesn't take a year but the transition takes a year that that going from you know working as a barista to working in an office setting up meetings for somebody is a big adjustment and you need somebody to help you through it somebody to look at what you do you're doing and give you some ideas about what will work better that's what it's going to be all about it's going to be a year long thing and i'm gonna do the same thing where it's going to be a monthly fee monthly costs which was barely anything and just going to be office hours going to answer all your questions you couldn't help you go through that transition if you wanna go from beat ac selling retail whatever it is working at the mall working at starbucks babysitting whatever it is you're doing being an admin.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Oh that's no good who got gotta finish that and then over a dam sure oh no no he's much faster even that impressive either though was it that impressive but redemption was the media is the eurofighter are you in treating i am i am intrigued solely because of the celtics because i'm hater and i do not believe these raptors are any better than they've been the last three years so just the celtics and aren't bob you're you're a tree number two killing me the raptors aren't ready for these game believed to have been who give forward than these getting for a long time you know you got all these chips down everything is on the table you know you've got the roslin on who got lorry reading to low you know plus the other guys your autumn law rows yamaha gone through go and us on hbo to real sports with bryant gumbel oh we like bryant gumbel around here he's a big fan of bob breezy life bomb your whole lot and we like him so much that if this is the rear of real sports and it's a clip that we meant to show you before but we didn't get into it and so now with you lob with did it again because he watches poppy let's see what we got according to insiders most of america's olympic hopefuls get virtually no financial help from the usoc their flat broke i expected a lot more support rather than running up my credit card debt and uh you know close to seventy eighty thousand dollars jonathan cheever is representing the us is the top snowboarder at the upcoming winter olympics he says that the little help we got last year from the usoc 1500 dollar skype in close health insurance only covered a fraction of his costs.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Company this is how my wife described what we do have someone says what do you do she says well we take people's money somebody calls this up and says i just sold my condo i got two hundred grand we take two hundred grand and we go by somebody a website for two hundred grand that site might make seventy eighty thousand dollars year and we split with them because we're the management company we're going to manage that for the rest of their life until they give it to their kids are sell it off and we get paid to do that that's what we do so we are just like the middle one but we have no tenants no toilets it's easier to sell i like to say no termites now it's easier so it's a 100 percent hands off but here's the biggest part this is the most important this is when you get real since this young man who will speak in a minute came in from london just to join me on stage wrote a book seven eight nine years ago it is in barnes and noble and all bookstores has been forever it is the definitive book on how to buy revenuegenerating websites since he wrote that book nothing has changed the cost generate a thousand a month is less than one third of the upfront cost to do it with physical real estate it just is what it is it is much less expensive because it's an intangible asset that you're right off with rule 179 in the tax code instead of the physical asset like rental property which you write off at rule 179 is a physical asset they're both treated identically the same from a tax standpoint but instead of tenants you have traffic on your website if you're tenants show up in real estate you get paid if they pay their mortgage rate of you that if they pay your mortgage their rent so we deal with it a different way so here we go up how we do it this is exactly how it goes the phone will ring can just sold a condo as a matter of fact we're billy billy did this not happen last week gary in ottawa illinois bill just sold my what parliament.

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"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"seventy eighty thousand dollars" Discussed on Millennial Money

"So the next thing is is unlawful eliminating these subsidize subsidized man that's a tough word for me subsidized stafford loans so trump wants to stop these subsidized loans which again remember these were the federal loans that were started in the beeri beginning for lowincome students and they have low interest rates instead all borrowers would have these same alone options and the same alone interest rates again could be bad for a lot of people because i i know a lot of low income people they need you know these low interest rates but we can make the argument that look everybody needs these low interest rates so is there a way that we could make this work for everybody that we could keep these interest rates low enough that the the payback were paying back the student loan it's not like we're paying three or four times what we oda in the beginning you know a lot of times it's not it's not the the star that that matters you know it is but hear me out on this you know it's not the twenty or thirty or forty thousand dollars that we owe in the beginning but it's by the time we've made our payments it so you know sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars were paid that is the power of interest and that's what sucks bright so he's also terthe talking about expanding pell grants so currently pell grant recipients can't use these grants were summer classes or anything remedial rate but his plane would expose expand the pell grants so students can use them for these types of of courses.

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